bunpeiris Cambridge Literature

Tuition Cambridge IGCSE Literature at Kandana

bunpeiris Cambridge IGCSE Literature

Tuition Cambridge IGCSE Literature at Kandana


Private Tuition in ENGLISH Literature, Language Cambridge IGCSE, OL, Edexcel & National OL Targeting “A” Grade, at Kandana Saturdays and Sundays small groups by an Int’l School Master. Printed tutorials of absolutely high quality content and past papers. Classes are supported with an outstanding library of high quality, hard bound[hbk] study course books, literature course books, classics, language reference, fiction, biography, history etc.
bunpeiris@gmail.com Call 0777100060

William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet

William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet
Shakespeare is for all cosmos, for all times: above image is of 2013 Hollywood movie adaptation of Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet starring Douglas Booth & Hailee Steinfeld; below [Home Page Slide Show] images are of 2013 Bollywood movie adaptation titled Ramleela starring Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

B.A. in English from University of London

B.A. in English from University of London
B. A. in English from University of London External Programmes 
Are you a voracious reader of works of literature? 
Do you have a "Sense of English Language" coupled with a "Bent on Literarture"?
Would you love to become a teacher of literature?
Would you love to engage your learners in discussions instead of one man show lectures and make your small group classes roaring with laughter?
Would you love to  teach literature by engaging the learners to connect the work of literature at hand with real life situation, other works of literature, history and religion thereby inspiring and enlightening them all?
Then why don't you study B. A. in English at Univeristy of London?
But there is no course provider in Sri Lanka.
You may directly, no intermediary at all,  make payment to University of London, London, UK by Credit card/Wire transfer/Bank draft and study on-line with substantial group tutor assistance, VLE- Virtual Learning Environment (online forum for discussions) and most of all, on your own. You will be lonely. But then who knows, we can set up a club.
Your exams will be held strictly at British Council, Colombo in May and you may go step by step: Certificate, then Diploma then onto the B.A in English.
In terms of syllabus there is no difference between in-house University of London B. A. in English & University of London External. You get a fully fledged, top of the flight B. A. Degree in English from a top ranking university in England. Univeristy of London isn't any other university. It is University of London.
Since the prescribed books aren't available in Sri Lanka you may have to import them from UK or USA. Or else perhaps, I, bunpeiris could be of help.
I have them all. And in addition to the prescribed books, there is an outstanding library that would rarely be seen in a residence:  study course books, literature course books, classics, language reference, fiction, biography, history etc. We can set up a club. bunpeiris@gmail.com

Following information is gleaned from http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/

Structure and syllabus

Bachelor of Arts degree in English
The BA in English consists of twelve courses. Choose four courses from level 4, four from level 5 and four from level 6.
Diploma of Higher Education in English
The Dip HE in English consists of eight courses. Choose four courses from level 4 and four from level 5.
Certificate of Higher Education in English
The Cert HE in English consists of four courses from level 4.

Level 4

Two core courses (BA, DipHE & CertHE)
Explorations in Literature
Approaches to Text

Level 4 (BA, DipHE & CertHE)

Plus two courses chosen from
Renaissance Comedy: Shakespeare and Jonson
Introduction to Creative Writing
Introduction to English Language

Level 5

Two courses chosen from
Literature of the Later Middle Ages
Renaissance and Restoration
Augustans and Romantics

Level 5

Plus two courses chosen from
Victorians
Moderns
Varieties of English

Level 6 (BA only)

Four courses chosen from
American Literature
Drama since 1860
Language and Gender
Language and the Media
The Novel
Postcolonial Literatures in English
Shakespeare

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